Letters to the Editor

Stay well, Mr. Klaus

Mr. Klaus was so hot and bothered by an earlier letter spelling out the devastating costs and effects of Congress’s latest version of the AHCA, that he actually hallucinated claims that were not made. […]

Letters to the Editor

‘Overwhelmed by kindness’

We want to thank those two gentlemen and say they were the finest examples of southern hospitality and we were overwhelmed by their kindness. You are fortunate to have them as residents in your area. […]

Letters to the Editor

‘Drastic departure’

This unwelcome application would pose severe risks of course to the safety, quality of life, and property values.Imagine the issues of litter, smoke from fire pits, bright lights at night, loud music, porta-johns, trash clean-up and disposal. […]


Her name begins with Joy

Friends of Joyce Abell gathered to celebrate her life and the joy she has contributed to the community in so many ways, including most recently the Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community (RAAC) production of “No Ordinary Person.” […]

The Rapp

The Rapp for June 1

Summer in full swing with an “Old Fashioned” concert with “The President’s Own” U.S. Marine Band at Avon Hall, July 1; Sperryville businesses hosting Hemp History Week event on June 11; and Artisan Trail’s “Second Saturday” on the June 10. […]

Down Memory Lane

Down Memory Lane for June 1

May 15, 1986 — Sperryville native James E. Swindler was appointed Commanding Officer of Company M. Third Battalion, Virginia Defense Force in a ceremony at the Winchester National Guard Armory last Sunday. […]